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Gésine Hackenberg

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Published: 22.12.2009
Gésine Hackenberg. Brooch: Transparent/light Green Still Life, 2012. Dutch by Aldo Bakker and Austrian glasses by H.H. Rath for Lobmeyr, silver. 11 x 8 x 3.3 cm. Gésine Hackenberg
Brooch: Transparent/light Green Still Life, 2012
Dutch by Aldo Bakker and Austrian glasses by H.H. Rath for Lobmeyr, silver
11 x 8 x 3.3 cm
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Gésine Hackenberg. Brooch: Grey/Blue Still Life, 2012. Finnish vintage glasses by Timo Sarpaneva, silver. 6 x 5 x 2,2 cm. Gésine Hackenberg
Brooch: Grey/Blue Still Life, 2012
Finnish vintage glasses by Timo Sarpaneva, silver
6 x 5 x 2,2 cm
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Gésine Hackenberg. Brooch: Finnish Still Life, 2010. Finnish table glass, silver. Finnish table glass by Timo Sarpaneva. Gésine Hackenberg
Brooch: Finnish Still Life, 2010
Finnish table glass, silver
Finnish table glass by Timo Sarpaneva
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Gésine Hackenberg. Brooch: Double Glass Still Life, 2010. Finnish glass, oxidized silver. Finnish table glass vintage by Itala.. Gésine Hackenberg
Brooch: Double Glass Still Life, 2010
Finnish glass, oxidized silver
Finnish table glass vintage by Itala.
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Gésine Hackenberg. Necklace: Plum, 2014. Copper, electroformed copper, partly patinated; leather. 
. Special piece designed for Klimt02 Gallery. Gésine Hackenberg
Necklace: Plum, 2014
Copper, electroformed copper, partly patinated; leather

Special piece designed for Klimt02 Gallery
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Gésine Hackenberg. Necklace: French Beans II, 2014. Copper, electroformed copper, silver, silver chain. 
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Necklace: French Beans II, 2014
Copper, electroformed copper, silver, silver chain


 

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Gésine Hackenberg. Necklace: Large Horn of Plenty. Silver, leather. Gésine Hackenberg
Necklace: Large Horn of Plenty
Silver, leather
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Gésine Hackenberg. Necklace: Blue/white Kitchen Necklace. Plate by Socièté Ceramique Maestricht I earth ware, nylon thread.. 44 pearls ø 1.7 cm, plate ca. ø 24 cm. Photo by: Corriette Schoenaerts. Gésine Hackenberg
Necklace: Blue/white Kitchen Necklace
Plate by Socièté Ceramique Maestricht I earth ware, nylon thread.
44 pearls ø 1.7 cm, plate ca. ø 24 cm
Photo by: Corriette Schoenaerts
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Gésine Hackenberg. Necklace: Small Makkum 'Plooischotel', 2014. Wall plate of Dutch Frisian earthenware by Koninklijke Tichelaar Makkum, nylon thread. Gésine Hackenberg
Necklace: Small Makkum 'Plooischotel', 2014
Wall plate of Dutch Frisian earthenware by Koninklijke Tichelaar Makkum, nylon thread
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Gésine Hackenberg. Ring: Fish, 2014. Earthenware, silver. Gésine Hackenberg
Ring: Fish, 2014
Earthenware, silver
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Gésine Hackenberg. Earrings: Delft Blue Box II, 2014. Box with lid of Delfts Blue earthenware by De Porceleyne Fles Delft, silver, 18 ct gold. Gésine Hackenberg
Earrings: Delft Blue Box II, 2014
Box with lid of Delfts Blue earthenware by De Porceleyne Fles Delft, silver, 18 ct gold
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Gésine Hackenberg. Necklace: Grape Necklace, 2013. Red gold plated copper. Gésine Hackenberg
Necklace: Grape Necklace, 2013
Red gold plated copper
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Intro
Gésine Hackenberg, 1972, born in Mainz / Germany. Artist that lives and works in Amsterdam, studied at Fachhochschule Pforzheim,und Gerät and the Gerrit Rietveld Academand has works at the following collections: CODA Museum Apeldoorn (NL) | Gemeentemuseum Den Haag (NL) | Mima Middelsbrough Institute of Modern Art (UK) | Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam (NL) | Museum of Arts and Design, NY (USA) | National Museums Scotland (UK) | Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (NL) | Victoria and Albert Museum (UK).
 

Statement

Occasionally, the realm of jewellery and commodities come together very closely...
Objects of use often become intimately important and indispensable, just as it might happen to a piece of jewellery that is worn day in, day out. What people keep and wear often contains a huge emotional value next to its material one.
Wearing jewellery on the body is the most intimate, but also direct form of showing this specific relationship to an object.
By using materials, shapes, fragments and typical patterns out of another daily context as the base for her jewellery, Gésine Hackenberg aims transfer their meaning and emotional impact through her work.
Her materials of choice are precious metals, antique ceramics and glass, as well as the very tough and resistant Japanese Urushi lacquer. These all come from the interlocking theme of household, kitchen, table and food culture.

>> Video interview Klimt02 in conversation with Gésine Hackenberg

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2016:
Exhibition  26 Nov 2016 - 24 Dec 2016  White Christmas.
Exhibition  04 Nov 2016 - 02 Dec 2016  Reproduced Paradise.
Exhibition  15 Oct 2016 - 10 Dec 2016  Ra Now.
Exhibition  05 Oct 2016 - 26 Oct 2016  METALLOphone: Bonds.
Exhibition  03 Sep 2016 - 08 Oct 2016  Around and about by Gésine Hackenberg.
Meeting  26 Feb 2016 - 26 Feb 2016  MAD Talks.
2015:
Exhibition  29 Nov 2015 - 28 Feb 2016  Glass Works.
Exhibition  23 Oct 2015 - 17 Jan 2016  European Prize for Applied Arts Exhibition 2015.
Exhibition  07 Oct 2015 - 07 Nov 2015  To Recover.
Exhibition  08 Aug 2015 - 12 Sep 2015  Koru 5 Exhibition.
2014:
Exhibition  08 Oct 2014 - 31 Oct 2014  Daily Delicious: Feast of Today by Gésine Hackenberg.
2012:
Exhibition  28 Nov 2012 - 22 Dec 2012  OP VOORRAAD at Klimt02 Gallery.
2007:
Exhibition  20 Sep 2007 - 08 Nov 2007  Pars pro toto: Gésine Hackenberg.

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Book:  New Necklaces: 400+ Contemporary Designs. Estrada, Nicolas.  Promopress:  United Kingdom,  2016
Book:  On Jewellery. A Compendium of international contemporary art jewellery. den Besten, Liesbeth.  Arnoldsche Art Publishers:  Stuttgart,  2011
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